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stolen your ideettiy before you need to look out for... tomorrow on fox45 morning news. the search is onnthis morning for theegunman who shot and killed a doctor in northeast baltimore.what the doctor was doing at he time and why police believe hh was shot. rain.. pounds maryland.how much we got... and whether or not we'll get any more tooay. joe rhodes says: "we were excited because it was a traditional type of thing." thhng."and... why one town is banning all father- daughter dances. p3 3 weddesday, september 19.
a doctor is gunned down just feet from the front door of his northeast baltimore home. home.this morning, police are searching for the gunman.megan gilliland is here with more on thh invvstigatton. good morning guys,by the time help arrived doctor peter marvit had collapsed in the roaa. it happened around 10:30 monday night.police say doctor marvit had just parked infront of his house.we're told he may have been returning home from chorus practice when he was shot in the chest.neighbors say they heard as many as four shots fired.when help arrived
it was oo late.marvit was ddad... and the gunman was gone.for detectives... with every passing hour... time is slipping away. (anthony) 11:35:38 these &pprecious hoors immediately after the incident are crucial to investigators :4212:43:57 pt's ddvasting.(reginald) 12:14:36 you really can't run ffom it in the city i think it's here. herr.marvit was a researcherr for the national nstitutes of health.police suspect he was killed in an attempted robbery. but one homeowner... believes differently. coming up next half hour... what he bblievvs hhppened to dr. marvit.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. some controversial comments... made by the glen burnie man accused of threatening to carry out a mass shooting at a state office in annapolis. suspect james armstead says he believes the charges against him are fueled by áfictionn... not fact. fact. armstead made a phone call lass month to the child support office in annapolis... where police say calls are recorded... with threatssto kill an employee and himself. they call it aa "batman-style shooting"
threat... like colorado's movie massacre. armstead... who is out on a bond now... admits he was anggy that day.... but that he never made any threats to anybody. (armstead) "i don't know why would make her go and do something like that, to say something like that. to try to get me lockee p, to try to get me aaay from my kiis. why would you go up and make up a summary like that towards me and my life is on the line on h" here" armstead is scheduued to appear in court in november. in the meantime... police and prosecutors aae not commenting on the case. mitttrommey continues to clarify and defend his secretly recorded comments about the electorate from a fundraiser in may. may.meanwhile... as ed payne giving hisstakk... and a relative of a former president explains his role. role. on david letterman tuesday night, president obamm weighed in on mitt romney's wonnin 2008, 47 percent of the american people voted for john mccain. they idn't vote ffr
me and what i said on election night was: evennthough you didn't vote for me, i hear your voices, and i'm going to wwrr as hard as i ccn to be your prrsident.on monday, secretly recorded clipssof romney speaking at a campaign fund-raiser were released on the website of thee left-leaning agazine "mother government, who beliive that 3 they are victims, who believe the governmmnt has a responsibility to care for comments at a news conferenne late monday, then on "fox news" on tuessay.we were talking about a campaign and how he is going to get close to half the votee i'm going to get half the vote. i hope i will get 50.1% or more. frankly we have tto different views about ameeica.and ormer president jimmy carter's grandson ssys he was the middleman between mother jones and the person who made the secret recording.james e. &pcarter he 4th, likk his grandfaaher, is aademocrat.a
lot of my twitter followers have been saying that this is, it's poetic justice that a carter was the one who had helped to get out this video that's given the romney &pcampaign so much trouble and agree with that.i'm ed payne reporting. meanwhile... a new national poll indicates president obama has a slight edge over romney... with their numbers virtually unchanged since before the party conventions. the nbc news/ wall street journal survey finds obama at 50-pprcent and romnee at 45- percent among llkely voters. obama's 5-point dvantage is pithin the survee's sampling error... meaning the race can be seen as a tie. hundreds of thousands of chicago students will return to class today... following an almost 2-week teacher strike. on tuesday... the teachers pnion approved a tentative deal... that many say issfair. fair. under the deaa... teachers will get a 3--ercent
raise in the first year... and &p2-percent for two years after longer schoolldays... and the ability for principals to have a say over who gets hired at their schools. the contracttagreement still needs approval by more than 29- thousand unioo eachers and support staff.that's eepected to come some time in the next few weeks. the orioles defeated the seattle mariners ... innone of ppayed...st games they ever pla- after á18 inningsá and almost á6 hoursá of play... the o's stay tied for first today... with a 4-to-2 win over the mariners.the winning hit comes prom pinch itter traylor teagarden... with an r-b-i single to right field.now... the o's are trying to pass the yankees in the al-east... or their next game is toniggt... in another away game against
the mariners. scares in the scares in the skies. skies.somebody's got to give us the reason or we're going to evacuate thh aircraft. &pyou've got 60 seconds." find out what caused two passenger jets in new york... to ave security concerns... prompting one pilot to threated to evacuate his plane. plane. ((break 1))
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jets landed at jff airport. "we're surroonded by emergency vehicles there's a reason for this. someeody's got to give us the reason or we're oing to evacuate the aircraft. you've got 60 seconds." for about ten tenss inutes, pplots demanded answwrs from the control tower after an american airlines and a fiin air flight were ordered to taxi to a remote area of the airport for inspection. "i'm the captain of this airliner and i need some inforratiin pronto." transportation security administration officials say an anonymous caller said there was a security threat on board these two jets coming into new york. "the pilot came on and told us and he had no information for a possible phone in threat."when situations like this happen, flight safety experts say ultimately the pilot can decide when to evacuaae a plane but relies on information from the ground. (reporter: what's the protocol between the control tower and a pilot on board a plane in that situation where there could be a possible threat?)
"the protocol is that yoo want to kkep the lines of communication pen, you want to be ttlking openly to them, exchhnging information back and footh as to the hat the situation is on the airplane and what the situation is from control tower in terms of what pass to me when i'm sitting in my airplane." but sometimes the information ffow may not be as fast as some pillts would like. "the tower is actuallyyacting as a go between from the authorities, in this situation it could be the tsa or the port authority or the faa nd they were juss becomiig thh vehicle of moving thaa information from one place to another. the faa would not elaborate on security procedures or communications and officcals would not further characterize the threats. but in thh end, after a 90 minute check of the planes, authorities ssid the threat turned out to be a cnn.script----- -end-----
3 --reporter pkg-as follows - with college costs on the rise, more young peeple are the cost of a four-year degree is worth it..a new study from georgetown niversity could be part of that convvrsation. accordiig to the study -- there are at least 29 million jobs for people without four year degrees. and at least a million are unfilled. these jobs -- which range from areas pay middle class wages.the average is 42-thousaad dollars fifty thousand dollars. but there is one catch -- most of these jobs still require you
to get some sort of apprenticeship, training or post-certificate. those often be earned at community colleges or trade schools. the most popular certificaaee for igh school graduates include nursing assistant, commercial truck driver, and certificates for those witt associates degrees include a licensed practical nurse, a paralegal or a coding authors says the existence of these well-paying jobs proves the middle class may be healthier than previously thought. i'm alison kosik in cnn.script----- an ohio inmate is fighting to stop his execution. execution.why he says.. he's too fat... to die. die.the search is on this mmrning for the gunman who shot and killed a doctor in northeast baltimore.what the dootor was doing at the time and why police believe he was shht. 9/18 --free speech ttreatsbth - free speech threatsa maryland legislator is the
latest government official to threaten free speech. delegate emmett bbrns recently sent a letter to the owner of the baltimore ravens. burns was upset that ravens player brendon ayanbadejo made statemmnts in support of same-sex marriage. burns demanded the ravens owner "inhibit such expressions from your employee and that he bb ordered to cease and desistt ssch injurious action."owner steve bisciotti is well within pmployees to limit their public comments.but burns demanding such action is way out of line. although he's a pastor, burns sent his reeuest on general assembly stationery indicating he was acting as a public fficial. even worse, burns sits on the economic matters committee which regulates maryland businesses. not long ago, four big city &pmayors threatened to retaliat against chick-fil-a because obscure publication he was personally opposed to same-sex marriage.even the eds are attacking the first amendment. last spring, congress overwhelmingly passed h.r. 347. this bill givvs the secret service greater authorrty to arrest citizens for engaging in peaceful protests - even in public areas if the secret service area as "restricted."it's
deeply disturbing government officials feel so comfortable attempting to restrict citizen speech.for more on this story visit behind the headlines dot &ppet. and follow us twitter aa facebook. anncr: a good job. it's the key to a good life. but it isn't always easy to find one... a vote for question seven is a vote for maryland jobs. two thousand construction jobs to build a new resort casino. four thousand permanent jobs, paying... on average fifty five thousand a year. six thousand jobs from increased tourism... and table games like blackjack and poker. add it up: it's twelve thousand new maryland jobs. but to build it you have to vote for it. vote for question seven. and get maryland back to work.